But Fox News' Forecast Is Still Misleading With A Chance Of Denial
Blog ››› ››› ANDREW SEIFTER, JOHN KERR & DENISE ROBBINS
TV weather forecasters aren't always climate change experts. But they are often responsible for informing the public about climate change impacts in real time, so it's important that they accurately reflect the science.
Fortunately, a new survey from George Mason University provides some hope in that regard. It found that more than nine out of ten broadcast meteorologists acknowledge that climate change is happening, and about two-thirds say human activities play a significant role.